COMBO order Programming Shown below are the Isometric drawing and detail design of a rotary vane pump, this CAD Design & Drawing Assignment requires you to produce the following: Using first angle projection, make detailed engineering drawings of all parts, showing all the information required for manufacture. Produce an assembly drawing in the first angle projection, an annotated isometric view and a full parts list (Bill of Materials). Rotary Vane Pump – Vector Isometric.png Rotary Vane Pump – Vector Orthographic.png Note: All drawings should comply with BS-8888. Drawings should be well presented and submitted on a A4 landscape sheet format. Not all dimensions are shown on the specification drawings provided, you must use your engineering experience to speculate/assume any missing dimensions. You have been provided with the following Fits and Material specifications, which should be appropriately represented in your final design and subsequent drawings. Fits: Shaft/Gland – Ø20-H8f8 Gland/Housing – Ø28-H7g6 Shaft/Housing – Ø20-H8f8 Rotor – Ø88f8 Housing bore – Ø96H8 Vane/Rotor/Housing H8f8 Materials: Housing – Stainless Steel (ferritic) Cover- Chromium Copper Seal – Silicon Rubber Gland – Chromium Copper Rotor – Stainless Steel (ferritic) Vane – 2.5mm thick Nylon 101 * This assignment is a digital submission and should be uploaded directly to canvas via the relevant assignments section. Note: SolidWorks Drawings should be provided in PDF format. Please see Mark Scheme below for assessment criteria and weighting A PDF version of this information can also be downloaded here: 400458_&_400470 Assignment – Computer Aided Engineering Drawing & Design.pdfPreview the document Good luck! Rubric CAD Assignment CAD Assignment CriteriaRatingsPts This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeDetailed Engineering Drawings of all parts 30 to >24.0 Pts Outstanding Engineering drawings for all parts including all required orthographic views in first angle projection and isometric views. Ideal layout, scale and very well presented drawings for all parts. 24 to >18.0 Pts Excellent Engineering drawings for all parts with at minimum all orthographic views and in first angle projection. Appropriate layout, scale and well-presented drawings for all parts. 18 to >12.0 Pts Good Engineering drawings for most / all parts with all orthographic views and in first angle projection. Room for improvement in regards to layout, scale and presentation. 12 to >6.0 Pts Adequate Engineering drawings for most / all parts but poor layout, scale and / or not first angle. Most but not all required views shown. 6 to >0.0 Pts Poor Engineering drawings for some parts, not in first angle projection and / or lacking orthographic & isometric views. 0 Pts Fail No evidence of engineering drawings for any parts. 30 pts This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeAppropriate use of dimensions 30 to >24.0 Pts Outstanding All dimensions appropriately applied and ideally positioned with no overlapping. No missed or unnecessary dimensions and proper use of standard and non-standard dimensions. 24 to >18.0 Pts Excellent Most dimensions appropriately applied, generally well positioned with no overlapping. Occasional missed / unnecessary dimension and could benefit from non-standard dimensions. 18 to >12.0 Pts Good Good degree of appropriate dimensions, with only some missing / unnecessary dimensions.